FARGO – Police are releasing a new smartphone app that allows users to report crimes anonymously, keep updated on where crimes are happening in the city, and track sex offenders and wanted felons.
All involved barred from speaking publicly about report
MOORHEAD – In order to prevent one of its reporters from being charged with trespassing, a local TV station signed a deal with school officials in Fargo and Moorhead agreeing to not assign school stories to that reporter for 90 days.
FARGO – Cass County authorities are investigating the brother of a 58-year-old man found dead, emaciated and gnawed by rodents in an unheated and filthy rural farmhouse after the brother told deputies he had neglected the man before his death.
MOORHEAD – A Clay County judge on Monday sentenced a Barnesville man to four years and six months in prison for sexually assaulting a 21-year-old quadriplegic woman who has the mental capacity of a 5-year-old.
FARGO – North Dakota’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit alleging the owner of a bridal shop here engaged in fraud when she closed shop last August, leaving dozens of brides and bridal party members stranded without gowns they’d paid for but never received.
MOORHEAD – A Moorhead woman has been sentenced to two years of probation after pleading guilty to child endangerment while taking care of children at her home day care while drunk last October.
WEST FARGO – No matter how complicated your relationship with fitness is, it’s probably not as complicated as Justin Gress’.
KATHRYN, N.D. – Court documents filed against a Kathryn woman accused of starving eight horses to death say neighbors warned law enforcement four months before that there was no food for the animals on the woman’s property.
WEST FARGO – City officials here are considering a new law that would allow police to arrest anyone up to four hours after they enter public school grounds uninvited and unannounced.
WEST FARGO – Forget the debate over kissing your dog or cat on the lips. Mouth to mouth for ailing pets is just one of the first-aid tools developed for our furry friends, and now, a new Red Cross First Aid app can show you how.
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